Recent arbitration awards under the HLDAA have resulted in wage freezes for approximately 1,000 bargaining unit employees represented by two separate unions.
Recent amendments to existing set fines as well as new fines which have been set for various OHSA violations will be outlined in this article.
The Government of Canada is expected to announce regulations which extend biometrics requirements to all permanent resident applicants and temporary resident visa, study and work permit applicants.
The Ontario Provincial Election is on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Employers should be aware of the following special employment obligations that exist on Election Day.
The Human Rights Tribunal of ON leaves many employers scrambling to figure out what this decision means for their own potentially-discriminatory benefit plans, and how to make changes in order to minimize risk of human rights liability.
SCC issues an important ruling impacting the potential occupational health and safety liability of site owners, even where incidents occur which do not involve their own employees.
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Laura Russell, Contributes to Article in COS Magazine Entitled Health and Safety Advocates Alerted to New WSIB Claims Suppression Protocols
Matt Craig Contributes Article to the OBA Entitled Federal Government Introduces Legislation to Address Violence and Harassment in the Workplace
Jeremy Warning Contributes Article to COS Magazine Entitled Health and Safety Violation Results in Manslaughter Conviction
Hilary Grice Co-Authors Article with Ius Laboris Member Firms from US and Mexico entitled Coordinate Wage and Hour Compliance Across North America
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